Loan Watch

Monday 8 October 2012 10:00

It was a good weekend for Fulham’s out-on-loan players as they secured four wins and a draw for their respective sides.

Dan Burn played the entirety of Yeovil Town’s 3-1 victory over Colchester Town to see them climb to 13th in League One. Paddy Madden’s brace and a James Hayter strike did the damage, while Dan also went close with a second-half header that flew wide from a Yeovil corner.

Bristol Rovers also won three valuable points as they secured their first home win of the season when they beat 10-man Northampton Town by the same scoreline. Neil Etheridge was selected in goal once again and looked set to secure another clean sheet until Adebayo Akinfenwa grabbed a consolation goal for the visitors.

Dartford claimed an impressive 2-0 away win at Grimsby Town to consolidate their Play-Off position in the Conference, ending the Mariners’ 10-game unbeaten run in the process. Marcus Bettinelli was between the sticks again and will have been delighted to add another clean sheet to his CV.

Richard Peniket entered the action on 66 minutes for Kidderminster Harriers as they were held to a 1-1 draw with Ebbsfleet. Anthony Malbon had put Harriers ahead, but they could only hold their lead for seven minutes when Nathan Elder equalised. The result leaves Kidderminster just out of the Conference relegation zone by virtue of goal difference.

Corey Gameiro’s FC Eindhoven side came from behind to secure a comprehensive 4-1 triumph over FC Oss. The Australian came on as a 64th minute substitute and had a chance to add his name to the list of scorers when he found himself in a one-on-one situation with the goalkeeper but unfortunately couldn’t find the target. The three points saw Eindhoven leapfrog Oss to 15th place in the table – ending a good week for Gameiro who hit a hat-trick for their Reserves on Tuesday.